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Desperate Don mocks the Blues

Apparently the annihilation of Blues 3rd XI by the European Champions has inspired Don Broadhurst to beat up a 17 year old kid and claim a boxing Gold Medal in the Micky Mouse games. Apart from mistaking Blues fans for somebody that gives a damn about what he thinks or his propensity for beating up children ,
isn’t this massive change in those followers of the dark side.

For years they told us how they longed to see the Blues in the Premier and have a real Derby. It would be a Derby that of course would mean more the Blues fans than them as they considered Manchester United or Liverpool as their real rivals.

The truth is and always has been that the Lower Grounders are just as joyful at our demise as we would be at theirs. They have a wonderful opportunity to send us on our way in a month’s time if they manage a league win at the Hall of Memory against us for the first time since the Queen Mother was a gal.

They are in a worse run of form than even us and if we can get as many first choice players on the field as them by then the Blues will be looking to extend their unbeaten run and pull Witton’s biggest club into the mire with us.

Thanks therefore to Mr Broadhurst in giving us a passing interest in the Melbourne none event. Few wasted good sleep time or electricity to watch but we will enjoy hearing when he gets put on the seat of his pants.




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Date:Tuesday March 28 2006

Time: 4:51PM

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Personally I was supporting him since he was representing England. I also thought the Melbourne games were fantastic.
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28/03/2006 17:02:00

Good for you. Some of us have to go to work and staying up to watch Aussies indulging in self promotion is beyond the pale. Australia v Villa who would I want to win? Ooh I've just come over all cold. I know I'll watch some wood warp
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